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  • opinion 24 Oct 2014

    Ebola's next frontier

    Hrishabh Sandilya and Dany Shoham, visiting fellows at the Institute of Defense Studies and Analyses in New Delhi, suggest steps that India can take to deal with a possible Ebola crisis.

  • opinion 23 Oct 2014

    Future still hazy for Indonesian plantation monopolies

    In light of Indonesia's palm oil sector coming under increasing scrutiny and tighter legislation, foreign investors will need to step up on their compliance with environmental regulations, say legal experts Rick Beckmann and Aldi Rakhmatillah.

  • opinion 21 Oct 2014

    Is it time to abandon two degrees?

    Permanent representatative of Nauru to the United Nations Ambassador Marlene Moses and former IPCC chair Robert Watson defend the international goal to limit global warming to below two degrees Celsius.

Energy Global

Coal and corruption

Coal-related corruption stories are breaking worldwide, shining a light on the murky space between “illegal” and “improper”. Greenpeace International legal adviser Marina Lou suggests ways to tackle the industry's widespread corruption.

20 October 2014
By Marina Lou
CSR Asia Pacific

The future of good business

CEOs are realising that doing good business is good for business.This is why Eco-Business has adopted a new tagline, The Future of Good Business, which encapsulates our mission in writing about the companies and governments that are leading the way, and...

15 October 2014
By Jessica Cheam